If you are white and young in America, you more than anyone else are likely to know about discrimination. You are faced with it every day. You are reaping all of the “wonderful benefits” given to you by the baby boomer generation.

Many young people today have to get outside jobs to help mom and dad with the bills and when it’s time for college there is no White College fund. If your parents are able to scrape up enough for college or if they are “lucky” enough to be poor so you can get a federal grant you might just find out your spot was given to a non-white because of Affirmative Action.  This isn’t about money though. There are plenty of white kids who have no economic issues at home. They face the same type of discrimination in the world because of their race as white teens of lesser means . White genocide isn’t an economic issue, it is a matter of life and death for the white race. This fact should cause all white people of all economic backgrounds to unite and work together. Of course, once you do get to college there are no Caucasian Student Unions or European Culture Clubs and don’t even think about starting one just because there are tons of them for Blacks, Asians, or what ever. If you were daring enough to try, you would be called all kinds of horrible names. Why, you would wonder. You just wanted to have a club like everybody else. Welcome to the world of hypocrisy and illogical thought. Fifty years ago young people were faced with many hard questions and circumstances. The Vietnam War was taking the precious lives of our young people. both men and women. Christianity was being attacked as being old fashion and for prudes. Sex, Drugs, and Rock -n- Roll were glamorized as hip hop and rap is today. World peace and racial unity were being touted as progressive and about time.

The young people of that time had some very important decisions to make. Some got caught in the web and were proud to be on the side of so-called tolerance. The people with the big bucks who owned the TV stations, radio stations, and newspapers and magazines were just like they are today, except now you can add the internet and owners of social media companies like  Twitter and FB. They think normal white heterosexual people are weird. Imagine that! To them its cool for guys to have boyfriends and girls to have girlfriends. Abortion is just another type of birth control. Its fun to laugh at white people and call them names in sit-coms. The people who own the entertainment industry are like the people in Sodom and Gomorrah. Many young people today are becoming aware of this. They see through the code words used in the media. But many of the young people fifty years ago got sucked into the utopian dream, which in itself isn’t a bad idea. After all who doesn’t want peace and harmony?

The only problem is that many young people were told that the way to have peace and harmony was to take things away from white people and give them to nonwhite people. Doesn’t sound much like equality does it.

It was a time of social revolution. A lot of young people may not have actually gotten involved in demonstrations and rallies, but even those who didn’t were affected. Most of them negatively. Those young people, the activists of yesterday, are the leaders today. They were victims of their generation and now unfortunately they in turn are looking for new followers.

Today however they aren’t looking to win the sexual revolution. It was already won and today Aids is the prize. Abortion is available everywhere and infanticide is common. The schools are already integrated and gay rights is a popular issue. Today the fight is over you, the current generation of young people.

Many of your parents can’t understand what it means to have White pride. They were a victim and weren’t allowed. They are still being victimized by the entertainment industry and the news industry. They are being told the wonderful world they fought for ( they call this wonderful?) is in dire straights because their liberal ideas are being threatened. After all you were primed right from the get go with shows like Sesame Street telling you how great it was to go to an integrated school. But you soon learned the truth when you saw the hatred for white people in your school. It didn’t just come from nonwhites. It was in the text books and your teachers talked about it. It seems they would have us believe that white people are stupid, uncaring, uncool, hateful oppressors who can’t dance. Is it any wonder so many young people are experimenting with interracial dating? Who wants to date a loser and if white people are the bafoons they are made out to be then it would make perfect sense to go out with the more desirable black guy or the cute little Asian girl, wouldn’t it?

It’s sad. So many young people have lost their racial instincts. They have lost pride in their race and they are the modern victims of the anti-white propaganda mill.

But just as there were those young people fifty years ago who made the difficult decision to give up on their White Christian heritage in search of a bi-racial, bi-sexual utopia in a lava lamp, others made the opposite decision. They are heroes to this generation of white youth. They didn’t let the labeling and the Christian bashing and the hateful way television made them out to be get them down. They saw through the smoke screen and they persevered.

Today it’s hard, real hard to say you are White and proud. Of course the Black Lives Matter groups are encouraged to talk about black pride. Your parent’s may think you are crazy. Hopefully they made the right decision when they were young and now they can be looked upon as heroes by this generation. They are heroes because they taught you to be compassionate toward your white brothers and sisters and to be proud of your roots and your history.

Unfortunately these types of parent’s are in the minority not the majority. Their complete generation was almost won over. So if you are White and proud your parents may be freaked out.  Don’t blame them. Remember they are victims of a one-world, one-color philosophy.

Young people today can’t let the lack of support from their family get them down. It may not be easy but it doesn’t make it any less right. There is a lot to be said about the sins of the youth today. Some say they have their head in a cloud or in the bottom of a bottle. It may be true of most. But there are those who speak of ideals, who can’t figure out what’s so great about two guys cuddling up for a romantic evening (ugh), who find it odd that those who speak of rights are quick to end the rights of the unborn, and there are those who understand the concepts of genocide and how interracial mixing promotes it and the destruction of the white race.

The young people today have an awesome responsibility. They can look at the last generation and see the mistakes that were made and how America has ended up because of the decisions made by the baby-boomers and decide to make a positive change or they can fall dutifully in line with the one-world types. For a lot of young people it’s too late. They have already fallen for the whole homosexual, race mixing, anti-white ploy. But a few will dare to say no to the establishment and will brave into a world of heritage, of love for one’s people, for wholesome Christian conduct. They will be an asset to their people. They will stay in school, get to college however they can, educate themselves, surround themselves by positive thoughts and work and study hard. They will be heroes for tomorrow’s generation. Perhaps a generation where you aren’t sneered at by the establishment because you prefer to be around White straight people. It’s tough enough to be a young person today. Can you imagine what it’s going to be like for your kids someday? It won’t be as far off as you think!

Following is an article written by Muriel McAllister. Fifty years ago when she was just a teenager she was faced with the same dilemma that many other young people were faced with. She had friends die in Vietnam. She saw other girls marching for the right to kill their babies. She saw first hand the lies that were told about like minded believers from the media. She read horrible stories about different white people who were killed by civil rights workers, but never reported in the national media. She studied, worked hard, went to college and married. She protested abuses of white people at public rallies and passed her love of heritage on to her children. As a very young mother she started her children out right by raising them to be conscious of the white people’s world wide plight even carrying her 2 month old daughter on her back to protest the United Nations. She was typical of the young women of her time, for the most part, yet she made the decision that many young people continue to put off. She dedicated her life to the protection and advancement of her race, faith, and homeland. Now thirty years later she is co-editor of The Torch newspaper and married to the national director of The Knights and a very strong advocate of white rights. They raised their children together to respect all people, but to have special concern for their own racial family.

Many things have changed in the last thirty years, but the struggle for White rights is stronger then ever. Some may believe an article written thirty years ago has nothing to do with today in 1997. however, it has even more to do with 1997 than ever before. Read her message to the young people of 1967. Would they have been better off if they had listened. I think so. For those who didn’t listen, see what kind of a mess they have gotten us into. Its even worse than before, not better. It can change however, through all of our teamwork, by dedicating ourselves to the betterment of our people and by taking good advice from those we look up to as our heroes. The article below is from another time, another generation, but its relevance is even more real today and needed now more than ever.

The Price of Freedom
by Muriel McAllister, 1967

© copyright, 1995  We are told the world is sick and needs our help. How can we cure the world without causing the downfall of our beloved land, America?

There’s an old story that you can’t kill a frog by dropping it into boiling water;–he reacts so quickly that he jumps out before he is hurt. But if you put it in cold water, then warm it up gradually, he never decides to jump until it is too late. By then he’s cooked. Man is just as foolish; take away his freedom overnight and you have a revolution; but steal it away gradually under the guise of progress, peace or security and you can paralyze a nation and a generation.

If the true story of our Republic were told and understood by the nations of the world, people everywhere would attempt to follow our example. Instead, America is giving away billions of dollars to foreign countries many of whom treat women and children very badly.

Our need today, more than any time in the history of the U.S., is to thoroughly understand the principles of Americanism. It is the right to be an uncommon man! The right to create, to succeed or to fail. Life has a purpose and meaning to every individual. In America, ‘equality’ means: equal in God’s sight and equal before the laws of our land; and at the same time recognizing that our individuality clothes and feeds us, promoting either success or failure. It gives us the material conditions in which this country has progressed, and where men realize the need of a constitutional system of ‘limited’ government to guarantee the blessings of liberty.

My parents gave me a heritage more precious then gems or gold, when they gave me the opportunity of being born in America. It is a heritage I have been able to enjoy from the moment I was born; a heritage for which my father fought. My country and its conduct throughout the decades past, makes me proud. I am proud of the statesmen who drafted the first blueprint for governing these United States. The pioneers who carved a progressive America from a wilderness, fill my mind with awe and respect. I am proud of the soldiers and the citizens,statesmen too, who have followed this blue print to keep freedom, peace and equality alive.

Freedom is to us an opportunity; as it was to our forefathers, freedom was a positive thing. It is freedom to worship – to work – to speak – to live without government interference. We must save our American economic institutions from Communism. Our energy and ambitions have produced the highest standard of living ever known in any land. Indeed we are a blessed nation. We have the freedom to produce competitively and take a part of that production. Competition, which lets you -‘the people’, decide what you want. Competition and freedom of production can be kept only with ‘political freedom’. (note recent passage of NAFTA and GATT – an end to fair competition and political freedom)

We must protect from ‘globalism’ the education of our youth. Lenin said: “Youth will decide the issue of the entire struggle.” Today’s world leaders are the youth of Lenin’s day — and they are deciding the issue of ‘one-world government’. There will be no American Republic operating in ‘constitutional liberty’, to express the people’s will, unless we have leaders and citizens who are devoted to America and who have been well taught in their youth, all the ways and means of preserving our freedom.

America’s youth may say, “What can we do–where can we go?” A well-known Judge said: “go home – hang the storm windows, paint the woodwork, rake the lawn, shovel the walk, wash the car, learn to cook, scrub some floors, get a job, visit the sick and lonely. Your parents do not owe you entertainment, and your city does not owe you a living. You owe the world something. You owe it your time and energy and your talents.” Get out of your dream world –develop a backbone, not a wishbone. Freedom is an achievement.

America is being destroyed more by the lethargy of the American people, then by the globalists; by the citizens who will not listen, and is not informed and will not think. The uninformed are easily misinformed. Know the Bill of Rights, a document which tells the government what it shall not do. We need to read and know our flag law, that for example the U.N. flag should not fly above and in front of the U.S. flag at the White house. It is important to be informed, for the Communists /globalists intend that this nation remain in ‘wartime’ action, so that they can take over from within. The Constitution , which is being ignored today, is their stumbling block and our only real barricade. They want centralization of government, a government of men not of law.

We have changed from a government that “promotes the general welfare”, as the preamble says, to a government ‘that provides the general welfare’. We must progress with our constitutional form of government. Our forefathers set up checks and balances; Congress to make laws; a Supreme court to interpret them; and an executive branch to enact them; and individual state governments for local control. The Bill of Rights is for our good and not to be abused. The First Amendment – Freedom of Speech, does not give freedom to incite riot and panic. The fifth Amendment should only be used in court. the Tenth Amendment gives the States the right to independent government. These Communists and liberals, etc., abuse our system. And further we need to save our loyalty oaths; The Un-American Activities Committee; and the Internal Security subcommittee. A strong United States, with the will to use it’s strength, is the only obstacle to the Communists. We must re-educate ourselves in Americanism, realize the the danger, and then act. Internally the Globalists are weakening our will to win, confusing us by promoting class and racial struggles and due to the Supreme Courts’ interpretation of our laws the government does not act to counter -act their violence. Private groups must fill the gap. Our best defense is a good offense.

Another great heritage we have in America is Free Enterprise. Free Enterprise satisfies the wants of man, while the Communist nations work for the needs (which time has proved a lie) Man can only create, in a free society, not in a controlled society.

Freedom will not operate itself. We must be willing to sacrifice time and effort. One person with a belief is worth ninety-nine who only have interests. Victory doesn’t just happen and indifference kills. There is a price to freedom. This truth is clearly defined in the closing words of the Declaration of Independence.. “And for the support of this Declaration with firm reliance on the protection of the Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other, our lives, our fortunes and our sacred honor.

This is a crucial hour. Globalists and anti-Christians do not look you in the eye and say, “I am your enemy.” Rather it is a sinister force and will only be conquered by an alert informed citizenry. The young and old must become completely dedicated to the preservation of freedom’s principles. There is no substitute for this kind of patriotism; nothing less than this will be enough. The inescapable price of freedom is eternal vigilance. The Pollyanna attitude, ‘it can’t happen here’, is one of the most powerful weapons put in the hands of those dedicated to our destruction.

You say, “what can I do?” You – whether 16 or 60 years young, need not ask this question today. With all the printed material, radio and tv, organize yourself into a one-man team even if you know no one else and do something. Now! Promote American patriotism; know the ABC’s of Americanism and write the President, the press, educators and relatives. You can pray, write, study and prepare yourself for any possibility of service. When one coordinates their heart, mind, hands, eyes, mouth, ears and feet, with an objective in mind, they become a power for God, race and nation. Will our destiny be bondage or freedom? To preserve America requires bold action. Those who take up the battle will be the real frontiersmen of the years which lie ahead.

Benjamin Franklin at the close of the Constitutional Convention was asked the question, “Dr.., did you give us a republic or a monarchy?” He replied, “A Republic – if you can keep it.”

These words were found on the flyleaf in the diary of an Iowa boy killed in 1918. “America must win this war, therefore I will work, I will save, I will sacrifice, I will endure, I will fight cheerfully and do my utmost; as if the issue of the whole struggle depended on me alone.” Are you and I willing to dedicate our entire being to this great cause, the restoration and preservation of our freedom?

On the answer to that question depends our destiny. Whether we and our posterity will be bond servants of an all-powerful state, or live as free men and women in a free republic.